Leaving the EU means our rights at work will now be shaped by the UK government, and that means they will become a key area of political contest
Through our new SPERI blog guidelines we aim to help political economy become a more diverse and inclusive intellectual discipline.
Andrew Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, will give SPERI’s Annual Lecture 2019 on Tuesday 7th May.
Our monthly Political Economy Seminar Series brings leading academics to Sheffield to share and discuss their work.
What’s changed in the ten years since the global financial crisis in 2008? In looking for the lightning strike of […]
A new mini-series of blogs, published by SPERI and openDemocracy, will present new ideas for how unions can organise and […]
SPERI and openDemocracy launch new series of articles on labour and work in the 21st century economy The ‘gig economy’. […]
Nissan’s announcement and questions about a deal show why the government must quickly set out a clear industrial strategy plan […]
Cities like Sheffield need more skilled jobs, but delivering them has to be both a national and a local priority […]
Concentration of infrastructure investment in areas with high levels of business activity suggests the government is unconcerned by ‘crowding out’ […]